To be, or not to be, moths?
We moths be not free not to be moths.
Be moths he or she moths, we moths
Wish wee moths were behemoths.


9 comments on “POOR LITTLE BUGGERS

  1. arekhill1 says:

    Any moth that appears in my abode is summarily executed, Sr. Muse, on orders of my supervisor. No empathy is permitted.


  2. mistermuse says:

    Your “supervisor” sounds like my wife, Ricardo. We don’t have moths, but any spiders that appear in our abode are summarily executed (if seen by her first – any that I see first, I catch and throw outside).


  3. mistermuse says:

    On behalf of wee moths, I thank you.


  4. Don Frankel says:

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  5. Don Frankel says:

    So let it be written. So let it be done.


  6. mistermuse says:

    Don, I thought I’d heard of most of those old Japanese monster movies, but not MOTHRA. It made me curious enough to check it out in film critic Leonard Maltin’s Movie Guide, and surprisingly he liked it. Japanese monster movies – where wishes come true!


  7. Don Frankel says:

    My first comment seemed to just disappear. Didn’t mean to post twice.

    What made Mothra different I think, were the two little Princesses. And, you know what this trailer I’m remembering but also wondering who made their cute outfits? I mean they’re Princesses they can’t be doing it. Somebody with some real small needles right?


  8. mistermuse says:

    Don, I haven’t seen the movie, but if Hollywood could do it (the Seven Dwarfs, Munchkins, etc.) in the 1930s, I’m sure Japan could do it by the 1960s.


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